MONTEBELLO, Quebec President George W. Bush announced Monday that September 2007 will officially be recognized as National Ovarian Cancer Month.
"In FY 2007, the National Institutes of Health will invest an estimated $102 million into ovarian cancer research through the National Cancer Institute and other institutes," the President stated. "In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will dedicate nearly $5 million. We will continue to commit our resources to seek better ways to prevent, detect and ultimately cure ovarian cancer."
"During National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Americans remember those who have lost their lives to ovarian cancer, and we honor the courage and strength of those who continue to fight this disease," he continued. "We also recognize the dedicated medical professionals and researchers whose tireless efforts help provide a brighter, healthier future for women."